3 Quick & Easy Handmade Mother’s Day Gift Ideas
Wait, wha’?!?! Mother’s Day is THIS WEEKEND?
It might have snuck up on you this year, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have time to make something beautiful for your mom!
Here are a few of our favorite quick and easy handmade gifts that you can give your mom for Mother’s Day.
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Monogrammed Pillow Cover
A few years ago, I made this pillow cover for my sweet mother-in-law. I used an inexpensive Ikea pillow cover, IOD stamps, and some chalk or mineral-based paint.
Monogrammed gifts, like this pillow cover, are a favorite of mine because they’re an easy way to create a classy, timeless look and they complement a variety of decor styles.
And when I say easy, I really mean EASY! Once I had all the supplies assembled, the pillow cover only took me 5 minutes to make.
Watch the one minute video below (yes, just a minute!) to see all the steps.
Handmade Pendant Jewelry
There are lots of different ways to make handmade jewelry, but here’s an easy one you may have forgotten about.
Porcelain relic pendants can be worn as a necklace or bracelet. These handmade beauties give a vintage, boho vibe to any outfit and are pretty enough to wear for any occasion.
You’ll quickly see how easy it is to make a bunch for your mom so she’ll have a different one to wear every day of the week!
This project uses the IOD Knob Topper stamps, some polymer clay, and alcohol-based inks. Click here to read a step-by-step guide on how to make these porcelain relic pendants and, while you’re there, you can also watch the quick video tutorial.
Vintage Flow Blue Pot
Imagine giving your mom a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind “antique” flow blue pot.
This one is my absolute favorite! (Who am I kidding? You know we loved doing all these projects!)
But really, this one is “must do” for your mom because the end product is simply breathtaking and all you need to start is a plain terracotta pot.
We used stamps from the Rose Toile set, but you could use whichever stamps you have on hand, and a chalk style paint. Click here to read all the steps to make this perfectly moss-covered, flow blue china style pot.